Wood sculptures from US

Posted By on March 14, 2010

Milo MirabelliThese functional and non-functional carvings are made by Milo Mirabelli from Port Orchard, Washington, USA.

Artist’s Statement:

The inspiration for many of my pieces comes from the wood itself, this goes back to the reoccurring theme, “let the wood have a say in its’ ultimate conclusion.”

It is the classic medium of expression that has held true throughout the ages and for those who love it, they must be able to feel it to really see it.

Wood is like a child, it cries out for attention and needs to be touched.

Much more of  Milo Mirabelli’s  turned and carved sculptures can be seen on his Flickr Galleries.

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2 Responses to “Wood sculptures from US”

  1. ishiwishy says:

    this site has completely opened my eyes to the wonderful works that can be done with wood, some of the things are so amazing and beautiful, the skill is fantastic

  2. FishHawk says:

    “Essence of Woodwork” has been included in this weeks Sites To See. I hope you like the image I featured, and I hope this helps to attract many new visitors (not to mention customers!) here.


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